LOVE (Nova Scotia)
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Engage Youth. Build Bridges. Realize Potential.
LOVE supports to thrive through programs and healthy relationships that build and help overcome the challenges they face. Our participants emerge from LOVE’s programs with greater , heightened skills, and the confidence to beAbout LOVE
youth served across Canada in 2017
youth served in Nova Scotia in 2017
hours of youth programming provided in NS annually
hours of one-on-one support to youth annually in NS
LOVE Nova Scotia’s programs include media-arts exploration, group discussion, social and emotional learning, leadership development opportunities, and one-on-one, 24/7 support. Participants emerge from LOVE’s programs with greater resilience, skills, and support to overcome challenges, and develop into strong, independent leaders.
2017 Strive Award Winner: LOVE Nova Scotia
The Halifax-based organization Leave Out Violence – Nova Scotia (LOVE) is the winner of the 2017 Strive Award, an award created by Doctors Nova Scotia to recognize the important role volunteers play in improving the health of Nova Scotians.
Girls from Sipekne’katik First Nation Present Story of Peaked Cap Project in New York
Two young women from Sipekne’katik First Nation, Hants County, are part of Canada’s delegation to the United Nations 61st Congress on the Status of Women in New York.
Black youth speak out about media coverage of Halifax shooting deaths
The recent fatal shootings of three young black men in Halifax in a week has dominated headlines recently, but some people have questioned how the media covered the events. A group of youth leaders from Halifax's Leave Out Violence (LOVE) group shared their perspectives.